NBCC-UNICEF Jointly Raise $4000
Fund For South Asian Flood Victims
12 August, Montreal- National Bangladeshi-Canadian Council (NBCC) Members and South Asian community's respond to the Floods in Bangladesh, India, and Nepal has affected over 30 million people. There have been disease outbreaks as people suffer from food shortages and survive amid stagnant waters. Large areas of land remain under water.
From top left: Villeray St-Michel Parc Extension Mayor Anie Samson, Parc Extension Councilor Mary Deros, Conservative Candidate Accountant Sarkar Mostaque, Opposition Leader City of Montreal Mme. Eloyen, Union Councilor Jaclyan Kambel, NBCC President Monir Hossain, (Bottom) Zamal Naser contributing donation to unicef staff Sarah Houde (Left) Musa Mohammed donating to Unicef.
Bangladesh the current floods are compounding the damage over billion dollar leftover millions of people homeless.
12 august At 419 Saint Roch complex NBCC organizations are quickly responding to this crisis through a variety of ways.
NBCC is working with Unicef as partners on the ground in Bangladesh to bring vital aid to flood-affected children's and woman's in particular.“Aid via unicef is often the fastest and most effective method of help,” said Monir Hossain president of NBCC. “Unicef teams on the ground are already in place and have the infrastructure to assist brothers and sisters in need.”
Specially in children's. NBCC also appealing for funds to enable a long-term response, including the repair of homes and local economies such as agriculture and fishing.
Fund Raising event ending with total collection of 4,000 dollars include Borough Villeray St-Michel Parc Extension Mayor 500 dollars.
Fundraising event for CIDOR Disaster in Bangladesh-2007
National Bangladeshi-Canadian Council (NBCC) Members and South Asian community's respond to the Cyclone CIDOR crisis in Bangladesh, has affected over 20 million people. There have been disease outbreaks as people suffer from food shortages and survive amid stagnant waters.
At 419 Saint Roch complex NBCC organizations are quickly responding to this crisis through a variety of ways. With community members papineau liberal candidate Justin Trudeau presents himself at the event.